International News Archive - November 10, 2005
By Corinne Heller TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Elder statesman Shimon Peres lost the leadership of Israel's Labour Party on Thursday in an upset election victory for a trade union chief who vowed to end an alliance keeping Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in power.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and European allies would allow Iran to pursue limited nuclear activities under a proposal they hope will head off a confrontation over Tehran's suspected nuclear weapons program, The New York Times reported in its Thursday edition.
By Corinne Heller TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Shimon Peres was ousted as leader of Israel's Labour Party on Thursday in an upset victory for a trade union chief whose vow to end a ruling alliance with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon could trigger early elections.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The brother of Iraq's parliamentary speaker Hajem al-Hassani has been abducted in the northern city of Kirkuk, police said on Thursday. They said Hatem al-Hassani was seized on Tuesday.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed more than 20 people and wounded at least 15 more in a restaurant in central Baghdad on Thursday, police said.
DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Terrorist suspect Azahari Husin had strong links to suicide bombings at three restaurants in Bali last month, Indonesian police said for the first time on Thursday, a day after the wanted Islamic militant was killed in a gunbattle.
By Suleiman al-Khalidi and Dina Wakeel AMMAN (Reuters) - Suspected suicide bombers struck at international hotels in Jordan's capital Amman, killing 57 people and wounding 110, and security officials said on Thursday they believed al Qaeda was responsible.
By Heri Retnowati BATU, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesian police on Thursday confirmed Malaysian militant Azahari Husin had been killed during a gunbattle with police, saying he tried to blow himself up but failed to detonate a bomb in time.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed 35 people and wounded at least 25 more in a crowded restaurant in central Baghdad frequented by security forces during breakfast on Thursday morning, police said.
By Suleiman al-Khalidi and Dina Wakeel AMMAN (Reuters) - Iraq's al Qaeda group claimed responsibility on Thursday for suspected suicide bombings on luxury hotels in U.S. ally Jordan that killed 57 people and wounded 110.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.